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Old November 13th, 2018, 10:22 AM
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The T-Case was half full of water and something that did not belong to it. All bearings, seals and gaskets must be replaced. And of course sandblasting and painting
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Old November 13th, 2018, 04:31 PM
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The T-Case was half full of water and something that did not belong to it. All bearings, seals and gaskets must be replaced. And of course sandblasting and painting
Wow, sorry to hear about the water in there.

You can buy a rebuild set off of ebay for around $300.
Or, do what I did and buy the parts a piece at a time, shopping around on ebay. I didn't really save any money, but I was able to get good, USA made NOS bearings.

Here is a list of the part numbers at this link.

http://blog.gieselman.com/post/NP200...r-Case-Rebuild
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Old November 14th, 2018, 06:27 AM
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I have not yet learned that it would be easier to ask directly you professionals about these websites... I found the same site. But I spent one week time I have ordered the same bearings and the same number what were T-case (TIMKEN) ROCKAUTO and Ballbearings at torqeking. Each separate order only takes about 50 bucks for postage and 50 bucks taxes That's no funy
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Old November 26th, 2018, 11:28 AM
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I'm still waiting for some bearings, Maybe they'll arrive tomorrow. Parts are at least ready to install. I hope, i still remember the installation order. Would you have good links?
Sometimes there must be some installation beer for help

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Old December 24th, 2018, 11:55 AM
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Hi everyone! Merry Christmas!!!
I had to give Jeep a Christmas present
Thanks to all of you who have helped !!!
It's great to notice that even we live on the other side of the globe. Only Jeep mathers

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Old December 26th, 2018, 12:33 PM
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It was a bad looking last summer.



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Old December 27th, 2018, 11:19 AM
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Next question
Rear bumperets are not any markings, it seems that has been polished out? Now I have to resort to what I got from the front bumper, and I ask for your help again.
Below the pictures, I got markings visible by blowing soda.

Does it make any sense? What do they mean ???

Left of the bumper



Senter of the bumper



Right of the bumper

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Old December 28th, 2018, 08:22 AM
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Next question
Rear bumperets are not any markings, it seems that has been polished out? Now I have to resort to what I got from the front bumper, and I ask for your help again.
Below the pictures, I got markings visible by blowing soda.

Does it make any sense? What do they mean ???

Left of the bumper



Senter of the bumper



Right of the bumper

The top one is most likely 194th Armored brigade 2nd Division. The triangle is representative of Armor Units.

Middle of the bumper should be a 5" star

Bottom is most likely something like HQ or HHC or it looks like the 522nd Engineer Company was assigned to the 194th so it could be ENG. The 107 at the end would represent the vehicles "Order of March" which is what number it is in the unit.

You can also check by sanding on the lower rear of the tailgate as sometimes they were added there instead of the bumperettes.
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Old January 6th, 2019, 03:06 AM
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Thank you BEAST. I am in contact when I need decals

It was not nice to see. When I disconnected the rear axle ... It had experienced the same destiny as T-Case.

Well. I have to start ordering the bearings again. And start cleaning.

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Somebody had that thing out in water and didnt take care of it...such yuck!!
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